Shehu Sani: When I Watched Kenyan Senators Running, I Know Saraki Can Run, But I Don’t Know Of Lawan

Shehu Sani: When I Watched Kenyan Senators Running, I Know Saraki Can Run, But I Don't Know Of LawanFormer Senator Shehu Sani expressed his opinions on his official X account in response to the recent anti-tax hike demonstrations in Kenya, emphasizing the growing tensions. Beginning quietly last week, the youth-led protests have grown into a major movement voicing popular dissatisfaction with the government’s new tax policy.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Initially, the protests were characterized by large, orderly crowds and peaceful marches. Various groups, including students, workers, and activists, united in their effort to convey their dissatisfaction with the economic direction of the country. These demonstrations were marked by organized gatherings and a clear, unified message aimed at the government.

However, the situation took a sharp turn on Tuesday afternoon when tensions escalated dramatically. Police officers began firing live rounds at the protesters, who subsequently ransacked the parliament complex. This aggressive response from law enforcement has intensified the conflict, drawing criticism from both local and international observers.

Hear him: “When I watched the Kenyan Senators running, I know that Saraki is physically fitted to run but I’m not sure of Senators Lawan and Akpabio. Dino Melaye can jump and climb trees but Ben Bruce can only do catwalk.”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>